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tel. 270-793-9333327 Greenwood Lane, Bowling Green, KY 42104
Locally Owned & Operated Neighborhood Pub. The service is always quick and friendly When you step through the door, you immediately feel the neighborhood atmosphere. Tuesday thru Wed we have drinks specials and a laid back atmosphere. The place comes to life every Thursday, Friday & Saturday night with our LIVE music .We have Major Artist from country to rock and blues - NO cover charge. Bring your dancin’ shoes! Friday & Saturday nights feature live Music or Karaoke We are not Big Business - We have our own PERSONALITY - It's all about having a Cold Drink w/ Friends Singing and Dancing Our Goal is to have a great time and get you home safe. The rest is up to you. NO COVER CHARGE UNLESS it's a Major Artist FREE RIDE HOME ALWAYS..DON'T DRINK AND DRIVE. IT'S NOT WORTH IT. Hope to see you soon.
tel. 270-745-7317401 Kentucky St, Bowling Green, KY 42101
Meets at 10am in the Michael Buchanan Meeting Room at the L&N Depot. Anyone interested in model trains is invited to attend.
tel. 270-659-2662607 Happy Valley Rd, Glasgow, KY 42141
tel. 270-539-2080110 S Main St, Adairville, KY 42202
220-acre camp has large wooded areas filled with wildlife, wildflowers, and great views of Barren River Reservoir. Primitive Camping, Platform Tent Sites, Canoeing, Swimming, Kayaking, Teams Course, Trails and Hiking Margaret Ely Lodge sleeps 24 and is available year-round. Garrett Tent Unit Sleeps 16 in platform tents (Apr 15 - Oct 15) Solar Showers:(Apr 15 - Oct 15)
The lodge and cottages curve around the 10,000-acre lake, providing spectacular views of sunsets. In addition to boating and fishing, the resort features an 18-hole golf course, horseback riding, tennis courts, a beach, a pool and a paved trail for hiking and biking. 99 improved camping sites, primitive sites, electric hookups, water hookups, dump station, lodge, cottages, marina, golf, restaurant, playground, tennis, horseback riding, trails, beach. Golf: 18-hole, regulation golf course. A fully equipped pro shop, riding carts, and rental clubs are available.
The amusement park offers more than 40 rides, new miniature golf course, giant swimming pool, water slides, interactive children's water play pool, games and go-carts 2200 improved camp sites, 800 primitive sites, electric hookups, water hookups, sewer hookups, dump station, LP gas, grocery, pool, fish Track features high speed excitement: stock cars on Fri; street car shootout Sat, NHRA drag racing, sun. Also camping, go carts, pool, water slide. Annual special events include: Beech Bend Super Star Singing Competition Beech Bend Park was named the 5th Friendliest Park in the World since 2007 for six straight years by Amusement Today's Golden Ticket Awards!
Camping, swimming, rope swings, rope walks, zip lining into water, childrens floating party pad, adult floating bar, fishing, lounging, nature trails and water slides. Its a great adventure for all ages.
A family-operated trail ride with lots of clean family fun. Offer a peaceful, alcohol-free atmosphere with some of the most beautiful scenery in Middle Tennessee and Southern Kentucky. This includes over 2,000 acres of horseback-riding trails, winding Long Creek, scenic overlooks, waterfalls, wildlife and majestic bluffs.
The lake is nestled in the rolling hills of south central Kentucky in Edmonson, Grayson, and Hart counties. 5,800 acres of crystal clear water. Facilities on the lake include wave runners, ski, pontoon and fishing boat rentals. Fully furnished cottages and bed & breakfasts, a state park, as well as individual camping and picnic sites are available near the lake. The natural habitat of the lake is perfect for game fish. In-season catches include smallmouth and largemouth bass, crappie, bluegill, walleye and catfish. From I-65 travelers can reach Nolin Lake through several routes. Corp of Engineers - Nolin River Lake 2150 Nolin Dam Road P.O. Box 339 Bee Spring, KY 42207 (270) 286-4511 Office hours: M-F, 6:30 a.m. - 4 p.m. (CST)(may vary, call ahead) The Nolin River is named for the early American explorer and Kentucky militia member, Benjamin Lynn. Serving under George Rogers Clark during the Revolutionary War, Lynn traveled to Illinois to spy on the British and Indian forces, and also played a pivotal role in the Northwest Campaign on 1778-79. Following his return to Kentucky, Lynn and several friends were camped in the Green River Area. Lynn became separated from his friends and could not be found for several days. Each night, they returned from the search reporting “No Lynn.” The river at which they camped became known as the Nolin. Many of the early settlers in the area around the Nolin River came from Nordic regions which is reflected in community names such as Stockholm and Sweden. Others came from France, showing influence through community names like Moutardier and Chalybeate. Rich in culture, the local area mirrors history and tradition in small businesses around the lake. Facilities: 3 Corp Campgrounds (Dog Creek Campground, Moutardier Campground, Wax Campground) Camping also at Nolin Lake State Park and Ponderosa Fishing Camp 25 Boat ramps including 5 Corp operated (Moutardier, Van Meter, Dog Creek, Wax and Iberia) and 2 by KY Dept of Fish and Wildlife (Nolin Lake State Park, Bacon Creek) 3 Marinas (Moutardier Marina, Ponderosa Marina, Wax Marina) developed beaches - Iberia Recreation Area, Dog Creek Campground and Nolin Lake State Park. Website: www.lrl.usace.army.mil/nrl/default.asp
Discovered during the construction of a parking lot in 1971, Onyx cave is an actively forming "wet" cave that features cave coral, a wall of cave bacon and a 40 foot column. Tours are 30 minutes.